The D.C. Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition, an 11-day event that includes film screenings of shorts, Q&As, filmmaker workshops and free family screenings in Washington, D.C., is considered to be one of the top-tiered short film festivals nationally and around the world, and for budding screenwriters, the unique perks it offers are hard...
What is the Stowe Story Labs? Shoshana Rosenbaum describes her firsthand experience, answering Is it a worthwhile experience for screenwriters and filmmakers?
What do all great romantic relationships have in common whether they exist in romantic comedies or other genres?
Having had some time to reflect on organizing a writers' conference, Waka Brown found that many of the lessons learned also apply to a writer’s journey in general.
Cheryl Laughlin shares her top tips for introverted film festival networking, plus bonus networking tips from two other film fest attendees.
Last year, Script participated in DePaul School of Cinematic Arts’ annual Courier 12 Screenwriting Conference and were blown away by the event! This year's event is on October 8th with Stephany Folsom, Marc Manus, Scott Myers and more!
Timothy Cooper shares simple, straightforward steps to take once you finish your screenplay that have worked for him and many of his successful clients.
An eclectic mix and diversity of quality will vary at any particular film festival. Christopher Schiller presents a collection of three mini reviews of films that played alongside each other at the Telluride Film Festival this year.
Marty Lang explains effective networking by using social media, online research and writers conferences.
Jen Grisanti explains how your character's “all is lost” moment is an essential step for both the plot of your story and character growth.